CUBO ET EXCUBO
'I Sleep and Watch' Observing places that affect imagination, memory and perception.
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
Drummond Castle Glasshouse
Beyond the walled garden at Drummond Castle is the kitchen garden. Fruit trees, apples, plums, pears and roses grow against the garden wall.
R. Dr W. van Fleet
Although the number of glasshouses has been reduced, the remaining Victorian glasshouses are still used for the cultivation of figs, peaches, nectarines and vines.
The glasshouses also contain a spectacular display of
and other exotic flora.
The kitchen garden is about four acres in size, not all of it remains in cultivation today although it is still used for the cultivation of vegetables for the castle.
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